Thursday, January 28, 2010

Message Found in a Gravity Wave by Rudy Rucker

The shortest story in the anthology, it strives for wry humor in how non-scientists think about science. Our underwhelming hero builds a gravity wave detector out of green gelatin in his bathtub and learns that our universe is doomed. There is more than a whiff of condescension, undoing the effort at humor.

“Message Found in a Gravity Wave” by Rudy Rucker, originally published in Nature.
Link: Year’s Best SF 14 summation and table of contents

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